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Abbott Eliot Kittredge - I never hear parents exclaim impatiently, Children, you must no make so much noise, that I do not think how soon the time may come when, beside the vacant seat, those parents would give all the world, could they hear once more the ringing laughter which once so disturbed them.
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    Abbott Eliot Kittredge
    American minister 1834-1912
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    I never hear parents exclaim impatiently, Children, you must no make so much noise, that I do not think how soon the time may come when, beside the vacant seat, those parents would give all the world, could they hear once more the ringing laughter which once so disturbed them.
I never hear parents exclaim impatiently, Children, you must no make so much noise, that I do not think how soon the time may come when, beside the vacant seat, those parents would give all the world, could they hear once more the ringing laughter which once so disturbed them. by: Abbott Eliot Kittredge
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I never hear parents exclaim impatiently, Children, you must no make so much noise, that I do not think how soon the time may come when, beside the vacant seat, those parents would give all the world, could they hear once more the ringing laughter which once so disturbed them.
- Abbott Eliot Kittredge
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